Eating This Helps Lower Your Risk for ALS

July 23rd, 2014
Most people with ALS die within five years. Doctors can’t even find the cause of 95% of cases. But eating this may significantly lower your risk of developing it.

It’s one of the scariest neuromuscular diseases you can get…

It kills neurons that control your voluntary muscle movement. This cuts off communication between your brain and your body. The effects are devastating… Yet you don’t hear much about it.

Maybe it’s because there are only about 5,000 new cases in the U.S. each year. Roughly 30,000 people in the U.S. suffer from it. But don’t let numbers fool you: Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a real threat.

You may know it by its other name—Lou Gehrig’s disease. Up to 95% of all ALS cases appear at random… No family history, no clear risk factors. But new research from the Harvard School of Public Health may have found a way to help lower your risk by over 30%.

It’s a critical substance… But there has been some controversy surrounding it in the past. Some doctors don’t give this stuff a second thought. Others know it’s one of the single most important things you can add to your diet for optimal health. If you aren’t going out of your way to get more of it, now’s the time to start…

This essential nutrient may be your best defense against developing ALS.

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The Surprising Secret to a Healthier Gut

Your gut is your body’s first line of defense against infection and disease… But you’ll need more than diet alone to build up a strong roster of helpful bacteria.

We recently told you that antibiotics may raise your risk for colorectal cancer. That’s because they kill the helpful bacteria in your gut.

These “good” bacteria defend against pathogens, fight disease, and help lower inflammation. You don’t want to be without them. And new research shows a surprising way to increase—and diversify—your gut flora.

The Deadly New Alternative to Estrogen Therapy

Night sweats and hot flashes may be the least of your worries during menopause. This controversial mainstream treatment may put your life in danger.

Going through menopause can make you feel uncomfortable in your own skin. And it’s not something that you can adjust to easily. If you or someone you love have gone through it, you know how helpless it makes a person feel. And the “gold standard” treatment for relief is really more like “fool’s gold.”

Estrogen therapy (ET) is the main treatment for hot flashes and night sweats. These affect up to 80% of women during menopause. They’re the main symptoms that lead women to get treatment in the first place.1 But oral ET comes with some serious—even deadly—side effects. These include numbness, blood clots, loss of hair, and increased breast cancer risk.2 That’s bad enough… But a new study reveals an even riskier option.

Five Natural Alternatives to Antibiotics

Don’t live in fear of “superbugs” or other drug-resistant threats… These 5 natural alternatives to antibiotics can help you kill what Big Pharma can’t.

They’re spreading at an alarming rate… And it has the World Health Organization (WHO) scared. They say that even common infections may soon be able to kill us.1 Luckily there are simple, natural solutions for fighting outside threats to your body… Even those scary “superbugs.” But they’re not like prescription drugs. These won’t kill the good bacteria in your body.

Here are five natural alternatives to antibiotics.